One of the biggest players at Computex, Intel is packing a punch with the promise of better performance in its new range of fifth-generation Intel Core Processors.
The new Mac Pro packs a processor that can be removed from the system by a user and upgraded, according to a number of reports.
The final part of CNET's guide to building your own computer will walk you through the entire process from connecting your first wire to installing the operating system.
The chipmaker says it will leave the traditional desktop PC circuit board business. As a result, the venerable tower PC will likely begin to fade.
Did we officially get new Mac Pros this week, or is that next year? And did someone mention an updated iMac?
CNET editor Dong Ngo gives a quick look at the Intel Desktop Board DZ77RE-75K, the first Thunderbolt-certified motherboard that also supports USB 3.0, and finds it to be potentially one of the best motherboards on the market.
Probably most significant is news of new integrated graphics chip in the G45 and G43.
Mac Pro Special Report: Technical notes: Processors are upgradeable, model string identifier, more
Mac Pro technical notes: Processors are upgradeable, model string identifier, more